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Scot Under the Covers

(Wild Wicked Highlanders #2)

4.05  ·  Rating details ·  1,613 ratings  ·  488 reviews
When a resourceful English lady and a hot-blooded Highlander join forces to trick a scoundrel, every rule will be broken!

Miranda Harris is known for her charm, wit, and ability to solve any problem she encounters. But when her brother lands neck-deep in gambling debt to a crafty villain and Miranda is subsequently blackmailed into marrying him, she must enlist the help
Kindle Edition, 352 pages
Published January 28th 2020 by St. Martin's Paperbacks
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Heather K (dentist in my spare time)
*4.5 stars*

My second ready by Suzanne Enoch and my second win! I'm beginning to think she is popular for a reason...

I really enjoyed Scot Under the Covers, the second in the Wild Wicked Highlanders series, and not just because the titles of these stories make me grin from ear to ear, but they are just dynamic, romantic, fun stories to read.

I loved the smart, capable female MC. She really knew how to think on her feet, and I instantly connected with her. She was savvy and resourceful, and I could
3.3 stars

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Shackled by an agreement that he had no part of, Aden is in London forced to find an English bride before his younger sister gets married. When his soon to be brother-in-law's sister makes her disdain know for him immediately, he is intrigued.
Miranda's brother is in trouble and somehow she is the one who is going to end up paying the price, but she won
Erika ♥OwlwaysReading♥
January 28, 2020
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“People see what they want to see, and that is generally what’s most convenient for them”

When Miranda Harris’s right to marry for LOVE is taken away from her by her brother’s debt and threats of blackmail, she is left scrambling to take back her future. And that means consorting with the worst sort of people - gamblers.

In walks Aden MacTaggert with his gambler’s hands, Scottish brogue, kilt, broad chest, strong chin, gray-green eyes, black hair, high ch
Robin (Bridge Four)
This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart

Review copy was received from NetGalley. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

3.5 hearts

What are you supposed to do when your brother gambles away a fortune he doesn’t have and promises you to a man you despise? You do what any other smart woman would do and fight fire with fire. Or in this case, a gambling Highlander who might just be able to best the scoundrel at his own game.

Scot Under the Covers is the
Robin (Bridge Four)
This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart

Review copy was received from Publisher. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

I actually read Scot Under Covers at the beginning of this year and enjoyed it, but I requested the Audio from Tantor before I realized that fact.  Still it was a fun story and sometimes I like to go back to something easier to read that I know I’m going to enjoy.  With everything that is happening in the world today, that is exac
Barbara Rogers
Series: Wild Wicked Highlanders #2
Publication Date: 1/28/20
Number of Pages: 320

In the first book in the series, It's Getting Scot in Here, we were introduced to the wild, brawny, devilishly handsome MacTaggert brothers. The brothers, Coll, Aden, and Niall, have lived the last seventeen years without their mother - Aden was only ten when she left and Niall was seven. She got tired of the Highland's lack of social life and left with their year-old sister, Eloise. They haven’t heard a word from her
Feb 04, 2020 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
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Books Just 4 Me
Feb 09, 2020 rated it really liked it
This second in the series was just as good as the first. Slow burn romance between Miranda and Aden. I can only imagine the Highlander brothers traipsing through England in kilts and ignoring societies rules. Definitely some funny parts. Aden is loyal, clever and full of honor. Miranda is sharp-tongued, equally clever and very strong. The MacTaggert brothers have a strong unbreakable bond and they have such a soft spot for their sister. I enjoyed how Aden and Miranda partnered up and schemed tog ...more
Mar 03, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: historical
I loved Aden! He's incredibly witty and clever. He's also charming and knows just what to say to Miranda!

Miranda was a good character too. She knows that she's in trouble and she reacts in an intelligent manner and seeks help.

I hated her brother! The spineless idiot! I don't really know how could both Aden and Miranda (and also Eloise, his fiancee, and their parents too!!!) think that he will stop gambling! He has already promise to stop once, but didn't... So why now is different? He didn't eve
This is the second book of Enoch's newest series. I haven't read the first, and this was fine as a standalone. I can tell you will have a better feel for all the characters be reading in order, though. The siblings were in this book, and I'm assuming at least Aden was in the prior book. The first book of the series is It's Getting Scot in Here). This book provided a bit more insight into how Coll's personality was and I'm assuming the next book will be about him (or at least that he will have a ...more
Lover of Romance
Feb 08, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance

Scot Under The Covers is the second book in the "Wild Wicked Highlanders" series and this was such a delight. Suzanne Enoch is an auto-read author for me, even though not all of her books work for me 100% of the time, this book .....pure delights on every page. I had such a fun time with this book and this story really worked for me. There is nothing I love more than a mix of highlander and English pairings and Enoch is one of the queens in
An elusive (and gorgeous) Scot meets a fierce English lass.

Scot Under the Covers is the second installment in the Wild Wicked Highlander's series and tells the story of the elusive middle brother Aden McTaggert. The series is about three highlander brothers who were summoned to England by their estranged mother and forced to seek English brides or face the ruin of their Scottish estate.
Aden is known to enjoy a gamble and likes to keep his own counsel in most things. He has a difficult relation

I’ll be honest, I totally didn’t knew that Suzanne Enoch has a new series out, so when I stumbled across this book, I knew that I had to try it. I’m usually a bigger fan of her Victorian Historical Romances, but who can say no to a hot highlander?

Enoch pays a lot of attention to the details, which brings a really rich experience for the reader. However, I think that if you aren’t familiar with the terminology that Highlander Romances have, then you may find some bits confusing. She doesn’t
Scot Under the Covers (Wild Wicked Highlanders #2) by Suzanne Enoch ia a very delightful story. This is the second in the series involving Aden MacTaggert who enjoys himself with women and wagering at the gaming tables. You have got to love these four Scottish brothers who live under there, in some ways, their mother’s technical rule…either marry before your younger sister or never get the money to keep their impoverished holdings in Scotland afloat.

It is not until Aden meets his match, an Engl
Jan 28, 2020 marked it as dnf
Shelves: historical, netgalley
DNF@28% I tried so hard to read this book but I just couldn't get through it. I found Aden ok but honestly he was nothing special, now for Miranda she is so judgmental at this point I just don't like her. Also, where is the outrage that her brother has basically gambled so much money away that he his unable to pay it back so she is the payment, I don't get it. Another issue, after reading some reviews Aden basically just has a talking to her brother and that's it. Oh and did I mention said broth ...more
Jan 09, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Wrap me in plaid and call me lass, because I am here. for. this. book. I loved the first one in the series, so I figured I would like this one too but man, five stars does not seem like enough! I won this ARC in a Goodreads giveaway at the end of 2019 and I can't believe I managed to wait this long to read it.

The MacTaggert brothers have been summoned from Scotland by their mother Lady Aldriss - she has lived in England with their younger sister for years - after learning of the deal their mothe
Apr 08, 2020 marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Thank you NetGalley and St. Martins for a complimentary copy. I voluntarily reviewed this book. All opinions expressed are my own.

Scot Under The Covers
By: Suzanne Enoch

I am a fan of Suzanne Enoch's work and historical fiction in general. I really should learn, however, that I am not a fan of Highlanders at all. Take Scot Under The Covers for example. This story is very well written, thrilling, steamy, entertaining, and the characters are excellent. Still, I read it with a bland fee
Reviewed for Wit and Sin

Scot Under the Covers is a true delight! It’s fast-paced and fun with characters who are easy to adore and a romance that will leave you smiling.

Aden is known as the “elusive MacTaggert brother.” He’s got a quick mind and skilled fingers that serve him well both in the cardroom and the bedroom, and he’s not unwilling to let the English’s dim views of Scotsmen work to his advantage. His mother’s decree that he marry an Englishwoman suddenly becomes a very appealing
Kris - My Novelesque Life
2020; St. Martin's Press/St. Martin's Paperbacks

Scot Under the Covers is the second book in the Wild Wicked Highlanders series. In the first book, we find out that the MacTaggert's estranged mother has put a condition on their inheritance. If they want to keep receiving money to keep their home in Scotland, they must get married before their younger sister gets married. The three brothers discover this secret, and head to London to see their mother and sister. They learn that sh
Aden MacTaggert is the second MacTaggert brother to find love in Wild Wicked Highlanders series. He is in London to find a bride under the orders of his mom. Although he is reluctant about it and doesn't think he will succeed in finding the sassenach of his dreams, circumstances say otherwise. He ends up falling in love with Miranda Harris who is engaged to Aden’s sister. Miranda is in a terrible situation due to her brother Matthew’s gambling away a huge amount of money he doesn’t have to a vil ...more
Diane Peterson
I haven't read a Suzanne Enoch story in a long time. The good news is that her writing is still top-notch! Scot under the Covers was charming, heart-warming and just plain fun. Take one clever Highlander and mix him with a conventional Sassenach with a secret desire to rebel and you have a terrific mix. Both families added a lot to the mix, plus one very slimy villain. This book was everything I love about historical romance. A must-read.

ARC provided through Netgalley.
Jessica Grogan
Dec 11, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Aden MacTaggert is the middle MacTaggert son forced to travel to England to find an English bride. He immediately finds the bride he wants in Miranda Harris. Miranda, however, is embroiled in a plot not of her own making. She agrees to assist Aden fit in better with polite society if he helps her out of her dilemma.

I was initially going to rate this title lower but changed my mind because I enjoyed so many things about it and only really had one major problem.

I liked both Aden and Miranda. Ade
Tracy Emro
Mar 09, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The MacTaggert brothers are in London to fulfill the terms of an agreement made between their estranged parents. The brothers must all marry English brides before their sister marries or their mother will no longer fund the family estate in Scotland – Aldriss Park. Angry at the perceived abandonment of their mother 17 years ago and poisoned by their father’s bitterness – the brothers descend on their mother and sister intent on marrying to satisfy Francesca, Lady Aldriss and then returning to Sc ...more
Sheena ☆ Oh, the Sheenanigans!

“Scot Under the Covers” beginning was definitely touch and go and I was damned near tempted to drop this but the Book Gods above decided to answer my prayers by gracing me the perseverance to claim a few more pages then wa-lah! Matthew true intentions and dealings came to light which help lead and created the phenomenal partnership between Aden and Miranda. I immediately fell in love with their banterful relationship filled with stolen kisses, steamy moments, and badassery of our
Cathy Geha
Jan 28, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Scot Under the Covers by Suzanne Enoch
Wild Wicked Highlanders #2

Aden McTaggert is in England with his brothers to save their properties and people in Scotland. Why? Because there mother decreed they had to marry English women before the sister their mother returned to England with becomes a wife. They need the money so...they are in England. Their trip to England and the youngest brother’s finding his English bride was the story found in book. Book two is Aden’s and no doubt Coll will get his st
Jan 28, 2020 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is the second book in this series. It can be read as a stand alone novel. Who doesn't love a good Scottish man. I know the accent does it for me.

Every once in a while, I will grab a historical romance book to read. The one thing you can usually guarantee with these types of books that feature Scottish or Highlanders are the "rakishness" that the men embody. This is not a bad thing. It makes them a bit "cheeky". Yet, you need a woman who can hold her own with a man like this. In this case i
Smart Women Read Romance
In keeping with my 2020 resolution to discover more historical romances I requested this new-to-me author because this cover was hot!

An enemies to lovers romance between a gambling Highlander hell-bent on avoiding marriage to a wilting English miss, and a woman who isn't at all intimidated by his roguish demeanor. It took me a little while to get into this one, but once the plot got rolling (Miranda's hand in marriage has been traded to forgive a gambling debt) I was invested! Miranda is forced
I really liked it. It was a lovely, quick read. I can always count on Ms. Enoch to deliver a good, sweet historical romance. I could not put this down (even if it doesn't seem so based on how long I was reading it), but that's not to say there aren't some elements of the story that could have been better.
I had some difficulty getting into it the first 3 chapters or so but later the story picked up and I got engrossed. It was little slow to get started and much too quick to wrap up. It kept me en
This is a case of a book getting better and better as you read on. At first, I didn't like Miranda. She seemed shallow and snobbish. But the way she tackled the problem her brother involved her in really impressed me. She showed backbone and strength of character. I adored Aden from the beginning. He was funny, caring, and very clever. I loved that he respected Miranda and involved her as a true partner in solving the problem.

The plot was improbable at first, but it was highly engaging and incr
Jan 09, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
After reading and enjoying the first book in this series, there was no way I was missing this one.

I loved Miranda and Aden. She’s sharp-tongued and loyal. He’s elusive and charming when he needs to be. Together they’re unlikely partners and it’s so much fun reading them slowly move from acquaintances to something like friends to love. Of course it’s delightful to see Aden’s brothers and Francesca.

Plot wise, it was good. There aren’t as many moving pieces as I expected, but it’s quite layered.
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